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2012 City Budget Summaries


Program Budget Summaries

Find out where money goes, and comes from, for each City program's operating and capital budgets.

City Manager's Office

  • City Manager's Office

    City Manager's Office

    The City Manager leads the municipal administration and provides guidance and advice to Council on the City’s fiscal, organizational, intergovernmental and service challenges.
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    Operating budget

Citizen Centred Services "A"

  • 311 Toronto

    311 Customer Service Strategy

    Non-emergency information on City services and programs by phone and online to residents, businesses and visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Children's Services

    Children's Services

    In partnership with the community, the program promotes equitable access to high quality care for children and support for families and caregivers.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Court Services

    Court Services

    Provides administrative and courtroom support services to the public and a range of stakeholders that use the Provincial Offences Court and/or the Toronto Licensing Tribunal.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Economic Development and Culture

    Economic Development and Culture

    Supporting local businesses and industries to create an economically strong city while promoting Toronto to the world. Delivering targeted programs and services.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Emergency Medical Services

    Emergency Medical Services

    Provides 24-hour pre-hospital emergency and non-emergency care, transportation to and between hospitals for ill or injured individuals and public education programs.

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  • Long-Term Care Homes & Services

    Long-Term Care Homes & Services

    Provides long-term care homes for people who can no longer live independently and drop-in help so seniors can remain in their own homes.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Parks, Forestry & Recreation

    Parks, Forestry & Recreation

    Brings together all of Toronto’s diverse communities on a common ground. We provide a wide variety of leisure and recreational opportunities.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Social Development, Finance and Administration

    Social Development, Finance and Administration

    Provides leadership on the City’s social inclusion and community safety agenda of building safe, strong neighbourhoods.

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    Operating budget

  • Shelter, Support & Housing Administration

    Shelter, Support & Housing Administration

    Providing temporary shelter and support services for homeless; funding and administering social housing in Toronto.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Toronto Employment & Social Services

    Toronto Employment & Social Services

    Our vision is to strengthen the well-being of Torontonians. Our mission is to provide employment services, financial benefits and social supports that make our vision a reality.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

Citizen Centred Services "B"

  • City Planning

    City Planning

    Managing the growth of the city; reviewing and processing applications for development; doing research to develop and review plans, policies and projects.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Fire Services

    Fire Services

    Protecting the city from fire, hazardous materials, natural disasters and other emergencies; and providing information and education about emergencies.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Municipal Licensing & Standards

    Municipal Licensing & Standards

    Issuing licences for businesses, property and animals, and monitoring vehicles, businesses and trades to ensure they follow all applicable municipal by-laws.

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    Operating budget

  • Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration

    Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration

    Provides centralized financial and administrative support to the Deputy City Manager and Cluster B programs.

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    Operating budget

  • Technical Services

    Technical Services

    Providing services including: the engineering design and management of City construction projects, reviewing development projects, and surveying and mapping.

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    Operating budget

  • Toronto Building

    Toronto Building

    Issuing building permits and conducting building inspections; providing zoning, providing building code information and technical advice.

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    Operating budget

  • Transportation Services

    Transportation Services

    Responsible for road regulations, road repair, maintenance and cleaning, traffic operations, enforcement, and snow removal


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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Waterfront Revitalization Initiative

    Waterfront Revitalization Initiative




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    Capital budget

  • Waterfront Secretariat

    Waterfront Secretariat

    Developing a world class waterfront that is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable and that provides residents and visitors to Toronto with a place to live, work and play.
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    Operating budget

Internal Services

  • Facilities and Real Estate Divisions

    Facilities and Real Estate Divisions

    To protect, maintain and maximize the City’s investment in its public buildings and real property.


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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Financial Services

    Financial Services

    To implement system improvements and enhancements that maximize financial and management information for the City's divisional and corporate decision making processes.
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    Capital budget

  • Fleet Services

    Fleet Services

    To provide efficient fleet management services to City Programs and Agencies that maximizes safety and environmental sustainability and minimizes lifecycle costs.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Information and Technology

    Information and Technology

    To deliver innovative IT business solutions providing reliable support on secure and dependable corporate IT infrastructure supporting City Programs and Services.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Office of the Chief Financial Officer

    Office of the Chief Financial Officer

    The Office of the Chief Financial Officer delivers four main services, Finance and Administration, Corporate Finance, Financial Planning and Special Projects.

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    Operating budget

  • Office of the Treasurer

    Office of the Treasurer

    Provides services to the City of Toronto; supports: Accounting Services; Pension, Payroll and Employee Benefits; Purchasing and Materials Management and Revenue Services.
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    Operating budget

Other City Programs

  • City Clerk's Office

    City Clerk's Office

    The City Clerk’s Office builds trust and confidence in local government in Toronto, realized through our services of electing government, making government work and promoting open government.
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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • City Council

    City Council

    City Council is composed of the Mayor and 44 Councillors who make decisions on behalf of their constituents – the people who vote for them in the 44 wards.

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    Operating budget

  • Legal Services

    Legal Services

    To provide the highest quality Solicitor, Civil Litigation, and Prosecution services to further the legal interests of and minimize the risks to the City of Toronto and its Agencies.

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    Operating budget

  • Office of the Mayor

    Office of the Mayor

    The Mayor's role includes providing information and making recommendations to Council with respect to Council's role.


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    Operating budget

  • Accountability Offices

    Accountability Offices

    The Accountability Officers are independent from the City's Administration and report directly to City Council through the Auditor General, Integrity Commissioner, Lobbyist Registrar and the Ombudsman.
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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Sustainable Energy Plan

    Sustainable Energy Plan

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    Capital budget

  • Union Station

    Union Station

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    Capital budget

Agencies, Boards & Commissions (ABCs)

  • Arena Boards of Management

    Arena Boards of Management

    Provides safe, full and equitable access to high quality indoor ice sport recreational facilities to provide opportunities for physical fitness and sport skill development.

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    Operating budget

  • Association of Community Centres

    Association of Community Centres

    Provides initiatives and tools for people to help themselves. Services are far reaching and target all sectors of the community. AOCCs also provide a vehicle for the City to connect to the community.
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    Operating budget

  • Exhibition Place

    Exhibition Place

    Promotes and operates Exhibition Place as a park, entertainment, tradeshows and business destination.


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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Heritage Toronto

    Heritage Toronto

    Heritage Toronto is committed to the development of a shared sense of place and memory among the citizens of Toronto, through community involvement.

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    Operating budget

  • Parking Tag Enforcement and Operations

    Parking Tag Enforcement and Operations

    Delivers services through four main service areas: Police; Office of the City Treasurer; Court Services; and Non-Program Revenues.

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    Operating budget

  • Theatres

    Theatres

    Theatres is comprised of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts and the Toronto Centre for the Arts.

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    Operating budget

  • Toronto Atmospheric Fund

    Toronto Atmospheric Fund

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    Operating budget

  • Toronto Police Service & Services Board

    Toronto Police Service & Services Board

    Provides policing services on a 24 hour per day basis. Ensures primary response, community response, criminal investigations and administrative operations.
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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Toronto Public Health

    Toronto Public Health

    Promotes health and prevents illness through health education and disease prevention programs such as the annual flu shot.


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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Toronto Public Library

    Toronto Public Library

    Provides free and equitable access to public library services, including research, computer resources and public meeting spaces in a welcoming and supportive environment.
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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

    Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

    Protects, restors and celebrats the natural environment through the development and application of watershed plans, environmental science and education.
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    Capital budget | Operating budget

  • Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

    Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

    Provides public transit infrastructure and service; operates subways, light rail, streetcars, buses and door-to door transit services for persons with disabilities.

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  • Toronto Zoo

    Toronto Zoo

    Protect wildlife populations and the places that sustain them. Provides interactive education and conservation activities.


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  • Yonge-Dundas Square

    Yonge-Dundas Square

    The mission of the Yonge-Dundas Square Board of Management is to responsibly manage the Yonge-Dundas Square and enhance the vitality of downtown Toronto.

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Rate Supported Programs

  • Solid Waste Management Services

    Solid Waste Management Services

    Responsible for collecting, transporting, processing, composting and disposing of municipal and private sector garbage and recyclables, as well as household hazardous waste
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  • Toronto Parking Authority

    Toronto Parking Authority

    Exists to provide safe, attractive, self-sustaining, conveniently located and competitively priced off-street and on-street public parking as an integral component of Toronto's transportation system.
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  • Toronto Water

    Toronto Water

    Clean water production, transmission and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and storm water collection, and treatment.

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    Capital budget | Operating budget



 

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